Wednesday, June 28, 2006

"East Tennessee Common Sense"


The first district of Tennesee has a real prize, Richard Roberts, running for Congress. He wants you to know that most of all, he supports the president:
I stand in opposition to Monday morning quarterbacks like the New York Times and Ted Kennedy who hurt our troops when they attack our President. They are aiding and abetting the enemy. Period.

And I stand in contrast to those Republicans -- some here in Tennessee -- who try to distance themselves from the President. They do the most damage of all -- and they should be ashamed.

I suppose that is a dig at Jimmy Duncan, who continues to oppose the Iraq quamire, and is thereby doing more harm that even Ted Kennedy! If Roberts really believes that, then he ought to have the guts to name names.

Roberts also shares to the "Ronald Reagan belief that the 'government that governs least, governs best.'" Never mind that government can't "govern the least" while occupying Iraq, and that the president that Roberts supports so strongly has a somewhat expansive view of exective power; it was Thomas Paine who supported governing the least.

Roberts also wants you to know that he has "East Tennessee Common Sense" -- a phrase that repeatedly pops up on his website.

P.S. Why do I have a picture of a "hottie" at the top? She appears, for no particular reason, above the volunteer link on Robert's site.

3 comments:

Jason said...

She's hot. He's got my vote. I guess there's a reason why they call it the volunteer state.

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